Kabul provincial council playing active role: Hashmi
KABUL (Pajhwok): Syed Nqibullah Hashmi, member of Kabul provincial councils, has said the council has resolved 150 public disputes since it has started work officially.
In his exclusive interview with Pajhwok Afghan News, Hashmi said that six different committees had been formed soon after the commencement of the house to help resolve issues of residents of Kabul.
Eight committees had been tasked to listen to complaints of people, resolve ethnic and tribal disputes, look after the affairs of districts, schools and developments, he remarked.
He said majority of the problems were related to land grabbing and similar issues between the two tribes in the Qarabagh district were resolved. At least 10 people were killed from both the sides over the issue.
The members of the council had traveled to other areas such as Ahmad Shah Baba Mena, Pul-i-Charkhi, 9th police district, and Desabz distract where long-standing complicated issues of the residents were settled.
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